English version

don’t tell me

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdon’t tell medon’t tell meINTERRUPTused to interrupt someone because you know what they are going to say or because you want to guess – used especially when you are annoyed ‘I’m sorry I’m late but ...’ ‘Don’t tell me – the car broke down again?’ tell
Examples from the Corpus
don’t tell meDon't tell me we're out of milk!"We finally made it here." "Don't tell me - you couldn't find your keys."
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